hello everyone, i am wisha, i had my son almost 11 months ago now, and had a tubal done, well after coming home i felt a pop in my ovary area, i called the doctor and he said not to worry about it! my husband suggested that i popped my tube open, i didn't think anything of it until a week or so ago, i started having pregnancy symptoms and my 2 kids started acting funny and i am getting worried, i had a c-section and they had done it that day while i was on the operating table! what are my chances of getting pg? the doctor told me that it was a effective for the first year? is he right or did he get it wrong?
Doctors would like to make you think it's permanent, but its not always. I myself, had I known that there was a chance of it coming undone would of never had the operation done in the first place.
In your case I have read many a story on Med-Help of women like you who had tubals done during a C-section and have become pregnant anywhere from a few months to years later and have carried successfully to have a healthy baby.
Well I guess I ll wait a couple more weeks to see if my period comes around if not I am going to go get checked out to be one the safe side, and I feel the same way the reason why I got my tubes tied was because I had medical problems in the past and when I was in recovery I almost had a heart attack cause I bp was so high and they could hardly wake me up after wards. So I wanted to get it done for health reasons, but if I am good, god knows what he has planned for me and my family
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